Class warfare: The rise of luxury enclaves at sea

Several cruise lines employ butlers in their exclusive accommodations. Onboard Royal Caribbean International’s ships, they are called Royal Genies.As the co-owner and president of a Virtuoso-affiliated agency, Paul Largay never had much interest in Norwegian Cruise Line. The Waterbury, Conn., travel seller had cultivated a luxury clientele who preferred upscale lines such as Silversea Cruises,Continue reading “Class warfare: The rise of luxury enclaves at sea”

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Princess Cruises reveals first details of future Royal class ships

Princess Cruises has revealed further details of its next three Royal class ships, which are set to be built by 2022. Tony Roberts, the line’s vice-president, UK & Ireland, announced the fourth Royal class ship will make four weeks of sailings in the Mediterranean from October 2019. Speaking at a media and trade event, heContinue reading “Princess Cruises reveals first details of future Royal class ships”

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MSC Cruises takes delivery of new flagship MSC Seaside

MSC Cruises has taken delivery of its new flagship MSC Seaside at the Fincantieri shipyard. It is the second new MSC ship to come into service in 2017 and will homeport in Miami for Caribbean itineraries. It is the first in MSC’s Seaside Class. MSC Seaside weighs 169,380 tonnes and can take 5,179 passengers. AtContinue reading “MSC Cruises takes delivery of new flagship MSC Seaside”

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